0.99 for .com, .co.uk, .uk domains @ 1&1
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0.99 for .com, .co.uk, .uk domains @ 1&1

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Found 7th Apr 2016
Get a .com , co.uk or .uk domain for jut 99p. I have bought one domain and found that it works only for the first purchase. Still it is a great deal.

The average price for a .com domain is about 5 quid. If you want to register more than 1 domain, I recommend Godaddy for the second one as they also offer similar discounts but you need a coupon for that.

Edit: VAT not included.
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Excluding VAT...
do they come with email? or have to py separately?
cool I'll buy hotukdeals.com, oh wait someone owns that one.....
Maevoric

cool I'll buy hotukdeals.com, oh wait someone owns that one.....


I always thought hotdealsuk sounds more intuitive... but now I've typed it... I think they got it right
I wouldnt touch 1and1 worst company going just pay a normal price from a decent company like daily
iceboy

do they come with email? or have to py separately?


It'll likely be an add on for a few quid a year.

cruisecars

I wouldnt touch 1and1 worst company going just pay a normal price from a … I wouldnt touch 1and1 worst company going just pay a normal price from a decent company like daily


Been with them over 8 years, never had a problem.
iceboy

do they come with email? or have to py separately?

cruisecars

I wouldnt touch 1and1 worst company going just pay a normal price from a … I wouldnt touch 1and1 worst company going just pay a normal price from a decent company like daily



I used them since they were founded worst company around worst control panel just read the reviews on google best thing was leaving them !
Thanks for sharing. Ive never had a website and always wanted one for business. What happens after the first year - does the price shoot up? I looked at their website and cound figure out ongoing costs.

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cruisecars

I used them since they were founded worst company around worst control … I used them since they were founded worst company around worst control panel just read the reviews on google best thing was leaving them !




true rubbish company to deal with as well
Never bought one before, how do i renew it?
and any advice for a newbie wanting to create his own website and Domain etc.
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PICNIC

and any advice for a newbie wanting to create his own website and Domain … and any advice for a newbie wanting to create his own website and Domain etc.



The question would be WHY are you creating a new website/domain? What type of information or use will the website have?
iceboy

do they come with email? or have to py separately?



Yes you will have to pay for the email facility separately.
PICNIC

and any advice for a newbie wanting to create his own website and Domain … and any advice for a newbie wanting to create his own website and Domain etc.



I used one.com starter package for £10.95 plus vat. Its basic but gives you a domain name, web hosting and emails.

Regardless of which of these you choose, the cost will shoot up in the second year.
Godaddy do not protect their customers, avoid at all costs
I was looking to start a mainstream technology news site. I was looking at godaddys wordpress packages.
iceboy

do they come with email? or have to py separately?


uk3g

Yes you will have to pay for the email facility separately.


Strange unqualified & inaccurate comment as "...Included with all 1&1 Domains: 1 e-mail account with 2 GB mailbox space... Unlimited e-mail forwarding..."
1and1.co.uk/dom…mes
randomandy

Godaddy do not protect their customers, avoid at all costs



It was the CEO of Go Daddy, Bob Parsons, that hit the headlines a few years back because he enjoys shooting elephants...
£6.99 on renewal
F4STFORW4RD

It was the CEO of Go Daddy, Bob Parsons, that hit the headlines a few … It was the CEO of Go Daddy, Bob Parsons, that hit the headlines a few years back because he enjoys shooting elephants...

I think they may have been referring to how straight forward it is to hijack accounts:
https://medium.com/@N/how-i-lost-my-50-000-twitter-username-24eb09e026dd#.h5m86peez
Sweet, let's set up some above board P2P sharing freeware service, or a massive webstore for me to view/listen to my own stuff as to not have to use subsonic.
Agree with others about avoiding this company. Terrible customer service and poor reliability. We had some domains with them and the DNS got completely reset which broke everything. I don't think their customer service even understand what DNS is. If you ONLY use them for registration and keep your DNS, email & website elsewhere then you MAY be ok.
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i bought two domains, and price of both of them are more than $10
pill

Thanks for sharing. Ive never had a website and always wanted one for … Thanks for sharing. Ive never had a website and always wanted one for business. What happens after the first year - does the price shoot up? I looked at their website and cound figure out ongoing costs.P



The price will certainly go up after the first year, this is a loss leader since they'll be paying more to Nominet for this. The renewal price will depend on whether you selected .co.uk or .com. Expect to pay around twice the price for .com. My personal recommendation is just avoid this deal and go with a reputable company from the start, domains are only £6-10 anyway and you can get much better quality website hosting from somewhere like TSOHost for £2.99pm. I suppose it really depends on how much value you want from your website.
I guess this is just year one, can't e.g. pay 10 years upfront for £9.90 ?
So much more to take into consideration than first year clickbait pricing. IMO Godaddy/hostgator/1&1 are all as bad as each other. Godaddy offer 10yr domain purchases for the committed and if you get the right voucher codes should offer slightly better rates, but theres not much in it.
It looks like HUKdeals itself used Namecheap linky.

And oh...whats that there....registered in Panama?

Care to show us your tax returns HUKD?

Yeah fairly irrelevant who you use other than cost if you host your own DNS, don't rely on any of their services and just use them as registrar though surely...?
Same price on 123reg.
PR1

Yeah fairly irrelevant who you use other than cost if you host your own … Yeah fairly irrelevant who you use other than cost if you host your own DNS, don't rely on any of their services and just use them as registrar though surely...?


Do you host your own? For a small business it makes more sense to let someone else take care of that unless you are working in the IT field. Never enough time to do everything yourself.
eatmorefish

So much more to take into consideration than first year clickbait … So much more to take into consideration than first year clickbait pricing. IMO Godaddy/hostgator/1&1 are all as bad as each other. Godaddy offer 10yr domain purchases for the committed and if you get the right voucher codes should offer slightly better rates, but theres not much in it. It looks like HUKdeals itself used Namecheap linky.And oh...whats that there....registered in Panama?Care to show us your tax returns HUKD?




Not sure why people are so surprised/appalled at the tax issue, and the extent of famous people / companies involved. I would certainly like to lessen my tax bill! There isn't some grand moral virtue to pay it.

Fair play to HUKD I say if they are based in Panama, but it looks like it's actually Whoisguard Inc that is

Edited by: "xeroc" 8th Apr 2016
xeroc

Not sure why people are so surprised/appalled at the tax issue, and the … Not sure why people are so surprised/appalled at the tax issue, and the extent of famous people / companies involved. I would certainly like to lessen my tax bill! There isn't some grand moral virtue to pay it. Fair play to HUKD I say.



One rule for the rich. One for the poor.

How quaint of you to think this is "Fair Play".

Care to put it to the HUKD vote? Which comment will get more "likes"????
People Stay away from this company!

They will take your debit card details and automatically renew each year at a much higher price than the 1st year and it's very hard to cancel as their c/service is useless.
eatmorefish

One rule for the rich. One for the poor.How quaint of you to think this … One rule for the rich. One for the poor.How quaint of you to think this is "Fair Play". Care to put it to the HUKD vote? Which comment will get more "likes"????



My comment had nothing to do with rich or poor. It related to the fact that most (sensible) people who could reduce their tax liability would do so.

But... I'll bite. You're just spinning the same old Corbyn soundbite we keep hearing on the news. The rules are actually the same for all. However, the rules at present create incredible injustice because those with the money to seek advice from tax lawyers (usually celebrity or large companies) can avoid or circumnavigate the rules. This is not easy for the average person who has tax deducted at source

However, this is not the fault of those celebrities and companies involved. It is the fault of successive governments for failing to legislate against it. As I said: there is not some moral virtue to pay more tax than is owed. It is for the Houses of Parliament to regulate how much tax is to be paid, and to ensure that it does in fact get paid. I'm glad that we are now getting somewhere.
Edited by: "xeroc" 8th Apr 2016
cruisecars

I wouldnt touch 1and1 worst company going just pay a normal price from a … I wouldnt touch 1and1 worst company going just pay a normal price from a decent company like daily



You are so right - nothing would make me register a domain with these clowns ever again (also with Daily now).
Question, how do I use it if I buy a '.com' domain?
if anyone is considering this deal PLEASE DON'T. As others have said this company have the worst customer service ever and you will find yourself locked into a situation which is almost impossible to get out of - Have a read of this.... consumeraffairs.com/int…tml
I can't say I'm impressed with this company though few in this market are any good. The sign up process is easy but leaving is another matter. Different logins and passwords abound, and rather than a master ID you process items by transaction number. There is no clear help function and to find your way to the relevant subsite you resort to forums where people map the process, much like boss walk-throughs. You're never sure if you're completely free from them. GoDaddy is much the same, with a Facebook-like ability to remain in your life long after you've tried to bid them goodbye. Buy accordingly
Edited by: "CharlesCalthrop" 8th Apr 2016
Allenie

Question, how do I use it if I buy a '.com' domain?



If you want to buy a .com your best option is GoDaddy - have a look at livecodes.blogspot.co.uk/ - they have discount codes for about £1 or less for new customers (for the first year) - typically GoDaddy's renewal prices for subsequent years are about £9-10 a year for .com. They are a good company however they will try and upsell you on things you don't need - I would avoid buying anything else from them except the actual domain (and possibly domain privacy if you really want it) - there are better places to go for hosting (and email can be set up free with hosting or via a service like Zoho Mail)
I just went through names.co.uk the other day for £7.99 for 2 years for .co.uk plus £2.50 TCB and 100mb Free email account. Not too bad!
joolt

If you want to buy a .com your best option is GoDaddy - have a look at … If you want to buy a .com your best option is GoDaddy - have a look at http://livecodes.blogspot.co.uk/ - they have discount codes for about £1 or less for new customers (for the first year) - typically GoDaddy's renewal prices for subsequent years are about £9-10 a year for .com. They are a good company however they will try and upsell you on things you don't need - I would avoid buying anything else from them except the actual domain (and possibly domain privacy if you really want it) - there are better places to go for hosting (and email can be set up free with hosting or via a service like Zoho Mail)


Ok, thanks for the heads up
worst hosting company. used them occasionally from 2000 onwards.

very hard to cancel domains/account and they'll lock the whole account (all domains/hosting) forever. they never refund any money even when in the wrong.

using godaddy and ovh ....
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